I have not been active for the last year or so due to an excessive college work-load (coupled with stress). However, I am back so I figured I should "re-introduce" myself. I am currently a Junior at a pretty nice liberal arts college, and I am pretty much a cookie-cutter "pre-med". To those who do not know, this means that I am a biology major with a minor in chemistry, but I also love math/physics. I think I am better at science/math now than I was before I stopped visiting RRS (probably because I have since taken and gotten A's-B's in Trig, Calc I, Calc II (currently taking), Developmental Biology, Molecular Biology of the Gene, General Chemistry, Chemical Equilibria, Organic Chemistry I (currently taking), and Calculus Based Physics I (currently enrolled). So if you have general science questions I can probably point you in the right direction (however there are probably more qualified people on these forums, but I know my way around certain things ).
As for my theistic affiliations, I am still an atheist. I personally believe that there is no God, however considering it is an unfalsifiable hypothesis we will never "know" for sure. Also, because it is unfalsifiable I couldn't care less about it. If there is a God, I want nothing to do with him/her/it because I do not feel that it could be kind/merciful and powerful (Problem of Evil, Epicurus). I am often confronted with "free-will" when I propose the problem of evil, and if that is all a god has to offer then any god and I would not get along even if one did exist.
I will reserve the rest of my rants/thoughts for more specific threads, but I feel like this introduction will give you all a general idea of who I am.
We pop theist like Orville Redenbacher!